Available Serviced Offices in Brighton
Ditchling Road, Brighton, London BN1Serviced Office
These stylish Brighton offices are inside a fully restored Gothic building that sits close to central Brighton, offering the potential for great work-life balance.from: £209 per person per month
Trafalgar Place, Brighton, London BN1Serviced Office Coworking Office
In a spot close to Brighton's main rail station, this serviced office centre has a distinctly boutique feel.from: £200 per person per month
Queens Road, Brighton, London BN1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
A centrally located Brighton property, this office provides the opportunity for a town centre address in a spot where quality accommodation can be hard to come by.from: £300 per person per month
Brighton Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent. Office rental rates exclude VAT.
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Brighton?
Brighton is a seaside resort in East Sussex, England. It came to prominence during the Georgian era, when it was developed as a fashionable seaside resort, encouraged by the patronage of the Prince Regent, later King George IV, who spent much time in the town and constructed the Royal Pavilion.
More recently it has become a genuine contender for hippest UK city, with its diverse and social conscious culture. It has a population of around 275,000.
Tourism is the main industry in Brighton and Hove, with over 1.3 million visitors, yearly, and has countless hotels and B&Bs. It is also a popular destination for conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs.
IT is highly prevalent, with many creative start-ups choosing Brighton over the past twenty. Some 350+ ‘new media’ companies with over 250 new media companies moving there since 1990, hence earning the nickname ‘Silicon Beach’.
American Express is the town’s largest employer with 3000 people working at its European Headquarters.
Antiques, bookshops and eclectic eating establishments are also popular business activities in the city.
There is an abundance of activities to keep you occupied, from the stunning Royal Pavilion, award winning restaurants and boutique hotels; beautiful walks across the South Downs, along with museums, art galleries, casinos, and vibrant nightspots galore.
Brighton is famed for its LGBT community and there are a lot of bars and clubs dedicated to the scene.
It’s home to Brighton Football club, and Sussex County Cricket Club. There are plenty of gyms, and other sports you can involve yourself in include wind-surfing and kayaking. Brighton’s greyhound stadium offers a great night out, too.
Brighton offers some of the best shopping on the South Coast at any time of the year. There are a great range of markets & fairs, such as the London Road & Open Market. where you can pick up vintage & retro gems and locally produced crafts & foods. Or you could spend many an hour exploring the Brighton Lanes.
Brighton Marina is where you will find a lot of the traditional retail outlets, as well as restaurants. It houses a multi-screen cinema and a bowling alley, too.
Asda has a superstore and petrol station within the complex, and is open 24 hours a day, which is handy if you want to grab a packet of biscuits or a pint of milk at 3am.
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Map of Brighton
London to Brighton is approximately 50 miles, with a journey time of about 90 minutes, depending on the traffic. Simply take the A23/M23 south until you reach Brighton.
Travelling from the East or West use the A27.
It’s just under an hour by rail from London Victoria and only half an hour from London Gatwick Airport.
Brighton is also served by a direct rail link from the Eurostar Service at St Pancras, as well as easily accessible from the major ports of Dover, Portsmouth, Southampton and the local port of Newhaven. National Express coaches also regularly service to the city.
Gatwick airport is just 30 minutes away, and Heathrow, a 70-minute drive. Despite Brighton’s coastal